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There are 104 Bills pending in House Health and Human Resources




SB 617Authorizing remote dispensing and delivery of prescription drugs03/29/05
HB 2008Increasing the rate of the tax on cigarettes and reducing the consumer sales tax on food sold for home consumption02/09/05
HB 2010Providing for a pilot project intended to divert low-income residents from early institutionalization02/09/05
HB 2042Allowing pharmacists and other individuals involved in dispensing medicines to refuse to fill prescriptions or dispense any substance that can be used as part of an abortion-related procedure02/09/05
HB 2046Exempting from requirements of the medicaid preferred drug list certain patients who have a high risk of hospitalization or institutionalization without appropriate medication02/09/05
HB 2052Prohibiting a business or organization from performing abortions in a public facility02/09/05
HB 2068Requiring that any person seeking an abortion provide two forms of identification02/09/05
HB 2091Prohibiting the distribution of RU-486 by any administrator, employee or other official of the college or university02/09/05
HB 2112Requiring a physician to receive written consent from at least one parent or legal guardian before an abortion is performed on an unemancipated minor02/09/05
HB 2125Requiring abortion facilities to have certain written policies and procedures02/09/05
HB 2130Requiring the collection of statistics relative to abortions performed in the State02/10/05
HB 2138Authorizing medication administration by unlicensed personnel of nursing homes02/10/05
HB 2143Prohibiting school employees from counseling, referring, transporting or assisting any student to obtain an abortion02/10/05
HB 2152Requiring the department of health and human resources to enforce specific abortion clinic regulations02/10/05
HB 2172Making it illegal to transport a minor across state lines to obtain an abortion without written consent by both parents02/10/05
HB 2180Establishing the hospitals infection disclosure act requiring hospitals to disclose hospital-infection rates for the public02/10/05
HB 2183Requiring quality assurance standards for facilities which perform abortions02/10/05
HB 2192Providing that neither the state nor any county may reimburse any person or entity for transporting any person to schedule, arrange or procure an abortion02/10/05
HB 2193Providing when any body part of an unborn child is outside the mother's womb, the child is born, and is considered a citizen of the state02/10/05
HB 2199Prohibiting the department of health and human resources from being involved in aiding or assisting any person to obtain an abortion to a greater extent than is required by law02/11/05
HB 2200Prohibiting family planning centers in West Virginia that receive state funding from discussing abortion or abortion referrals02/11/05
HB 2203Providing rape victims with reliable emergency information regarding pregnancy and abortion, and providing those victims with emergency contraception if they desire02/11/05
HB 2216Exempting certain physicians from obtaining preauthorization before being able to dispense psychotrophic medications to mentally ill medicaid recipient patients02/11/05
HB 2217Providing that a woman who obtains an abortion has a cause of action against any physician who causes injury to the woman or the unborn child02/11/05
HB 2230Establishing the crime of partial birth infanticide02/11/05
HB 2272Relating to the monitoring of nursing home residents through the use of electronic monitoring devices02/11/05
HB 2281Requiring nursing homes to have quality assurance programs and plans02/11/05
HB 2291Prohibiting the payment for the abortion-inducing drug RU-486 as a benefit under any health care insurance plan offered by the state to public employees02/14/05
HB 2299Prohibiting certain nursing homes from using state funds for activities unrelated to the provision of health care services02/14/05
HB 2301Prohibiting the performance of any abortion when the woman seeking it is doing so solely on account of the gender of the fetus02/14/05
HB 2309Requiring the secretary of the department of health and human resources to consider a method to obtain medicaid reimbursement to retail pharmacies to the cost of certain prescriptions02/14/05
HB 2318Requiring the state medicaid agency to furnish medicaid recipients monthly itemized statements02/14/05
HB 2324Making elder-care and in-home health care available to all seniors aged sixty-five or older, on a sliding fee scale02/14/05
HB 2331Unborn Victims of Violence Act02/14/05
HB 2360Providing for the adequate staffing of nursing homes and training of nursing home staff02/15/05
HB 2372Exempting sales of drugs to licensed physicians which are to be consumed in the performance of a professional service from the consumers sales and service tax02/16/05
HB 2375Providing a salary supplement for providers of medicaid eligible services in the public schools02/16/05
HB 2376Creating the genetic information privacy act02/16/05
HB 2378Requiring medical facilities that provide abortions to warn women seeking an abortion of their increased risk of breast cancer02/16/05
HB 2380Providing for a program intended to divert low-income residents from early institutionalization in nursing homes by providing personal home care in their communities02/16/05
HB 2383Requiring notice of an abortion to be provided to the father of the unborn child02/16/05
HB 2386Requiring nursing homes to publicly post staffing information and granting rights to family councils02/16/05
HB 2393Creating an emergency contraception education program within the department of health and human resources02/16/05
HB 2447Providing additional tests for newborn children02/16/05
HB 2517Providing that the health care authority may not set rates for certain hospitals02/21/05
HB 2530Prohibiting the performance of any abortion when the woman seeking it is doing so solely on account of the gender of the fetus02/21/05
HB 2531Requiring physicians and medical institutions to report instances where abortions have been performed due to perceived congenital defects of fetuses02/21/05
HB 2532Requiring medical practitioners who perform abortions to estimate the gestational age of the fetus02/21/05
HB 2533Providing a separate offense when a person causes death or serious bodily injury to an unborn child while attempting to cause death or serious bodily injury to the mother02/21/05
HB 2553Requiring the higher education policy commission to ensure that no person employed by any state institution of higher education performs or participates in or instructs students in how to perform any abortion or abortion procedure02/21/05
HB 2555Providing limitations and requirements relative to when crisis pregnancy organizations may render services to women with unplanned or unwanted pregnancies02/21/05
HB 2559Providing that unborn children are eligible for the children's health insurance program02/21/05
HB 2563Exempting physicians from obtaining medicaid preauthorization for certain patients who are medicaid recipients02/21/05
HB 2572Prohibiting abortions at state college or university medical facilities except when necessary to save the life of the mother02/21/05
HB 2591Requiring medical facilities that provide abortions to administer anesthesia to an unborn fetus when aborted if it is older than seven weeks02/22/05
HB 2649Requiring basic training in Alzheimer's and dementia in certain health care facilities02/24/05
HB 2765Colon Cancer Detection and Awareness Act03/01/05
HB 2766Relating to the expansion of newborn testing to include sickle cell anemia03/01/05
HB 2767Prohibiting abortions at state college or university medical facilities, except when the abortion is necessary to save the life of the woman receiving the abortion03/01/05
HB 2768Multiple Prescriptions Abuse Prevention Act03/01/05
HB 2807Prohibiting pharmacists and other persons involved in dispensing medicines from refusing to fill prescriptions03/01/05
HB 2847Including a clinic-based health care option under the definition of a "limited health service"03/02/05
HB 2857Making it a misdemeanor to violate the informed consent requirements for an abortion 03/03/05
HB 2858Relating to health facilities that provide abortions to be fined in certain circumstances03/03/05
HB 2888Requiring that abortion providers notify the parents of a minor seeking an abortion forty-eight hours before performing the procedure03/04/05
HB 2895Requiring physicians performing abortions take steps designed to save the life of any aborted live fetus03/07/05
HB 2896Requiring abortion providers have relationship with hospitals within fifteen minutes travel time03/07/05
HB 2912Relating to the development and implementation of individual diabetes care plans03/07/05
HB 2913Requiring preemployment examinations for persons working in a facility that performs abortions03/07/05
HB 2915Requiring the Bureau for Public Health license, regulate and inspect facilities where three or more abortions are performed during a calendar year03/07/05
HB 2916Prohibiting any person who is not a physician licensed in this state from performing an abortion03/07/05
HB 2921Granting the Bureau for Public Health the authority to inspect facilities where abortions are performed at any time during the day or night, without a warrant03/07/05
HB 2922Prohibiting subsidies to entities that perform abortions03/07/05
HB 2923Banning partial birth abortions in instances when the unborn child is capable of survival if delivered03/07/05
HB 2927Requiring that nursing services at any facility that provides abortions be under the direction of a registered nurse03/07/05
HB 2940Prohibiting the destruction of frozen embryos, and to provide for the adoption of frozen embryos and to impose a fine for noncompliance03/08/05
HB 2941Relating to banning abortions in West Virginia; and providing a criminal penalty for violation03/08/05
HB 2951Requiring dentists that administer general anesthesia to pediatric patients to comply with certain requirements03/09/05
HB 2952Requiring all abortions performed during the second or third trimester be performed in a hospital03/09/05
HB 2953Requiring that abortions be performed in hospitals or by physicians with admitting privileges to a hospital within the local service area03/09/05
HB 2969Requiring newborn children be tested for long QT syndrome03/10/05
HB 2970Relating to requiring Rh factor, chlamydia and gonorrhea tests for all persons seeking to have an abortion and providing a penalty for noncompliance03/10/05
HB 2971Providing that a woman who does not obtain an abortion because of influence of a person, organization or group has a cause of action against a person, organization or group , if the pregnancy results in any physical, mental or emotional injury03/10/05
HB 2996Requiring the Department of Health and Human Resources to maintain information for public dissemination relative to judicial bypasses to the requirement of parental notification relative to abortions performed on minors03/11/05
HB 3006Relating to parental notification of abortions performed on unemancipated minors03/11/05
HB 3030Providing that health care providers, health care institutions, or health care payers are not required to participate in abortion procedures that violate their respective consciences03/15/05
HB 3043Requiring that abortion procedures after the first trimester be performed only at an ambulatory surgical facility or hospital licensed to perform that service and that abortion facilities not be located within fifteen hundred feet from the property on which any church, school or kindergarten is located03/15/05
HB 3044Prohibiting the remanufacturing, retrofitting, selling, contracting to sell or reselling, leasing, or otherwise, unsafe children's products03/15/05
HB 3057Authorizing Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT's) to administer epinephrine to persons suffering from an allergy attack03/16/05
HB 3115Ensuring Patient Safety Act03/21/05
HB 3126Providing that when during the course of an abortion procedure a fetus is aborted alive, all available means be utilized to preserve its life; and prescribing criminal penalties03/22/05
HB 3149Making HMO's subject to risk based capital requirements, permitting HMO's that are not domiciled in this state to be granted a certificate of authority, and increasing the annual filing fee03/22/05
HB 3194Relating to inspection of assisted living residences03/24/05
HB 3195Requiring that every woman seeking an abortion be given the opportunity to see an ultrasound image of the fetus, and prescribing criminal penalty for violations 03/24/05
HB 3200Allowing hospitals to perform abortions only if the mother's life is in imminent danger03/24/05
HB 3202Relating to the inspection of assisted living residences03/24/05
HB 3223Relating to the admissibility of certain statements made by a health care provider, or an employee of a health care provider to a patient and providing that these statements be inadmissable as evidence as an admission of liability 03/24/05
HB 3262Requiring a woman, prior to an abortion, to have a pregnancy test administered at the facility where the abortion is to be performed03/25/05
HB 3265Relating to the "senior citizens prescription drug subsidy program"03/25/05
HB 3266Requiring physicians to file regular reports with the DHHR, regarding patients who require medical treatment as a result of an abortion and providing criminal penalties03/25/05
HB 3273Relating to the application and enforcement of rules or orders of local boards of health regulating, restricting or prohibiting the use of tobacco products within the service area03/25/05
HB 3299Requiring faith-based, abstinence-only and antichoice facilities that counsel women regarding pregnancy, contraceptives, abortions or childbirth to warn women of the risks inherent to each option03/25/05
HB 3325Requiring hospitals to disclose the results of clinical trials to physicians and the public03/25/05
HB 3345Requiring that employers perform criminal history background checks for employees working as in-home health care providers03/25/05
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